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Toast 8.0.1 signal handling bug


luit

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ATTN Toast 8 Developers:

 

It appears there is a serious signal handling bug with the latest update of Toast 8 (version 8.0.1). I have 2 of the stock Sony-branded NEC DW-D150A super drives in my Mac Pro, running OS X v10.4.9.

 

If I'm burning a DVD in one of the drives, and anything accesses the other drive (e.g I open the tray or start playing a DVD located there), Toast 8.0.1 immediately chokes with a pop-up message of the form:

 

The drive reported an error:

Sense Key = UNIT ATTENTION

Sense Code = 0x29

POWER ON, RESET, OR BUS DEVICE RESET OCCURED

 

and aborts the burn.

 

I've reverted back to the original Toast 8.0 and haven't made any expensive coasters the way I did with Toast 8.0.1.

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Thanks Luit....

 

We'll look in to this but I haven't seen it in my configurations, thanks!

 

 

 

ATTN Toast 8 Developers:

 

It appears there is a serious signal handling bug with the latest update of Toast 8 (version 8.0.1). I have 2 of the stock Sony-branded NEC DW-D150A super drives in my Mac Pro, running OS X v10.4.9.

 

If I'm burning a DVD in one of the drives, and anything accesses the other drive (e.g I open the tray or start playing a DVD located there), Toast 8.0.1 immediately chokes with a pop-up message of the form:

 

The drive reported an error:

Sense Key = UNIT ATTENTION

Sense Code = 0x29

POWER ON, RESET, OR BUS DEVICE RESET OCCURED

 

and aborts the burn.

 

I've reverted back to the original Toast 8.0 and haven't made any expensive coasters the way I did with Toast 8.0.1.

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They are Apple pre-installed Sony/NEC drives (some Mac Pros ship with (superior) Pioneer drives instead, although it appears to be luck as to who gets what). I haven't monkeyed with the firmware on either drive.

 

I'm running Mac OS v10.4.9.

 

If they're both on the same bus you may be able to work around this by placing them on channels.

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They are Apple pre-installed Sony/NEC drives (some Mac Pros ship with (superior) Pioneer drives instead, although it appears to be luck as to who gets what). I haven't monkeyed with the firmware on either drive.

 

I'm running Mac OS v10.4.9.

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